Investment Property Loans
When you are ready to invest in real estate, we will help you find the right financing.
Is an investment home right for me?
When you are ready to explore the opportunities that real estate investment can offer, we can help you cut through the confusion in order to make the right decisions for your future. The competition for investment homes can be tough in many markets. You may need additional assets for repairs, or times when there are no renters in your property. Do the numbers work out in your favor?
What to consider before buying an investment home.
Investing in real estate is more than just purchasing a property. Rental properties can bring in monthly cash flow, but do you want to act as a landlord? Buying a property at a low price and “flipping” it, fixing it up and selling it for a higher purchase price, will require some home repair know-how, or investing more money for repairs. Both options have pros and cons to consider, but either way you are looking at a tangible asset that can possibly bring in positive cash flow and tax deductions.
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